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Google Rolls Out Voice Search for Google Voice

Written on December 15, 2010 by Charles Bass

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Google bridges the gap of miscommunication as the company incorporates a new innovation that will personalize speech recognition on Google Voice.

Google first launched its patented cloud-based voice recognition system in 2007. The system was made to power the GOOG-411 information service. It means that more than screening hundred of phone calls, it will be now used to power automated voicemail for Google Voice. And now, Google makes a further development for Android by adding “personalized recognition” to its algorithm.

Google’s current system is designed to work “regardless of gender, age, and accents, or variations in pitch, pace, and other factors.” But those who have been using this service knows well that training it to recognize a person’s voice and speech pattern makes the accuracy more significant. But looking at the big picture, Google Voice Recognition isn’t 100% accurate after all.

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